Wars Last Goodbyes
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Ledbury Cemetery

Inscription

And their only son F/O Donald

Killed on operations March 9 1943

Aged 28 years

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Ledbury Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Donald George

Denslow

8th July 1914

Ledbury, Herefordshire

10th March 1943

Flying a Wellington BK368 from RAF Kirmington, with three other comrades laying mines in the Kiel Canal area, Denmark when it was hit by flak and crashed between Grinsted and Filskov, Denmark - all lost

28

Esbjerg (Four Felt) Cemetery, Denmark

Second World War

Flight Officer (Navigator)

166 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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